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Affordable Care Act / Sebelius Interview (Part II) / A Discussion #1053855

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) CNN interview continued with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about Obamacare health coverage. [SEBELIUS - says we have 500,000 accounts, thousands have signed up even though it is not smooth, how she is doing the job delivering on an historic act to provide health insurance; states her job is to get this right and the president wants it done so people are being brought in for tech help; comments on the enrollment volume at and how the insurance product is there.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The political dimension of Obamacare and accessible health care discussed with "New York Times" columnists Charles Blow and Ross Douthat, [From New York, BLOW - admits the rollout was not managed well: it is an Internet problem that can be fixed and the policy will roll out.] [From Washington, DOUTHAT - says there is uncertainty in the White House about fixing the problems and the timing matters for the policy that is dependent on getting young, healthy people into the pool.]

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